Enable auditing of Skype for Business activity in compliance center
At my company we have several global admins for our Office 365 tenant. Different teams control various aspects of the overall configuration. Right now we notice there is a glaring absence of auditing Skype for Business configuration changes. We can audit almost every other component of Office 365 except for Skype. The list of options that are currently available was found at: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Search-the-audit-log-in-the-Office-365-Security-Compliance-Center-0d4d0f35-390b-4518-800e-0c7ec95e946c
I would like to request that auditing for Skype for Business configuration activity be enabled in the compliance and security center. This seems like an important aspects of auditing since someone can make changes that enable the users to communicate with unapproved external parties and potentially share sensitive information. In our case, someone changed the external communication options in our Skype for Business admin center but we have no way to audit who changed among several different admins. Auditing would be a very useful feature in this case.
Chiharu Waki commented
+1 We want to track tenant-wide configuration change. e.g., federation, broadcast meeting and other settings.
Has there been any updates on the auditing option in skype for business? Would really like to see an auditing option to keep track of time employees log on and off Skype
Would you please enable Audit logs for S4B
Bryan Gravely commented
How can this not already be available!
Rich Raynes commented
Unbelievable that there is no change tracking. This is a need to be able to track who made changes to the configuration of Skype for Business in the tenant.
+1 this is needed.
+1 ! What are our plans to also include SfB logs ? And what details ?
My customer received an email notifications that his PSTN number (Phone System with Calling Plan) has changed, but he is the Admin and has not made this change.
He wants to check who and when this change has been made ? Was it another Admin or Microsoft ... ?
Shawn Saucier commented
It would also be valuable to tracking fraudulent login attempts.
not only for skype for business online, also for the on prem version
Ruthie Weissman commented
We would greatly benefit from this as well.
Jeff West commented
Being able to see how many folks are actually using this would be helpful in analyzing the value of the subscription.